It’s Friday night, and you have no plans, but you want to unwind, listen to good music, and enjoy Lagos’ vibrant nightlife. Nightclubs are great places to meet people, network, and drink. The Weekender has compiled a list of Lagos’ top clubs for a good time. Here are 5 clubs that are worth trying on Friday nights in Lagos.
1. Club Envy
The preferred club for millennials looking to enjoy a night out. Club Envy isn’t very big, but it has great vibes, music, and a sophisticated crowd. One unique thing is how different celebrities tend to show up. Most young people in Lagos love it here and partying all night is a must. The hype men are always lit.
Location: 237 Kofo Abayomi St, Victoria Island 106104, Lagos Nigeria.
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 12 pm to 5 am
Enquiry: 0811 043 8371
2. W bar
One of the city’s more opulent spots, W bar is close to the Lagos Lagoon and offers a beautiful view at night. If you’re looking for an exclusive bar and lounge for a fun night out, you’re in the right place. Sunday Nights typically feature a famous artist performance at a club with a lively atmosphere. The crowd is decent with a healthy mix of ballers, working class, and a sprinkle of the hottest babes. Trust us, your views will be blessed. This location is also based on reservations, so you may not be allowed in if you don’t have a booking. The hottest DJs in town are there to provide you with a chill beat that you can groove to. You will surely enjoy yourself.
Location: Cowries Terminal. LASWA Yard, 5 Falomo Bridge, Ikoyi, Lagos Nigeria.
Opening Hours: Tue-Sun 7 pm to 3 am
Enquiry: 0908 006 6666
Vertigo was launched into the Lagos nightlife scene sometime last year and has gained some dominance in the space specifically because of its rooftop vibe and scenery. Here, you can find young working-class individuals and tech bros. We guarantee you a quality crowd to spice up your clubbing experience. Their cocktails are also great especially for the ladies. You do not necessarily need a reservation to party, but it is strongly advised if you do not intend to spend the rest of the night at the bar. If you’re looking forward to a chic clubbing style, we recommend Vertigo.
Location: 23 Idejo St, Victoria Island 106104, Lagos Nigeria
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 6 pm to 5 am
Enquiry: 0913 111 5555
Cocoon is one of the nightclubs with a healthy mix of millennials and Gen X. Although, the club can be unpredictable, and has its own nights. Most likely Saturdays, you are guaranteed the best time. The music is great and the drinks are averagely priced compared to other locations within the area. You don’t need a reservation to party here, but we advise you to go with a group of people if you want to have the best time.
Location: 190 Awolowo Rd, Ikoyi 106104, Lagos Nigeria
Opening Hours: Wed-Sat 5 pm to 4 am
Velvet is that club every millennial in Lagos has been to and will always end up at the end of the night. It’s Lagos’ favourite club and this is especially for its great music, educated crowd, and energetic vibes. Resident DJs are always there to light up the party with top-notch music and there’s a Japanese restaurant and shawarma bar in the building that can satisfy your night cravings.
Location: No 19b Idejo Street, Off Adeola Odeku, VI, Lagos.
Opening Hours: Sun & Thursday 6 pm to 4 am Friday 11am–3am, Saturday 11am–5am
Enquiry: +2347066333333, +2348020588658